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Towry turns to banks to boost adviser numbers
by Jun Merrett on Jul 01, 2013 at 10:02
National advice firm Towry has taken on two ex-bank advisers and a former Aviva consultant to expand its Guildford adviser team.
Stuart Farrar, previously a senior financial consultant at Aviva has joined Towry after 22 years at the provider where he advised small to medium sized businesses with between 10 to 15 employees.
Charles Moody, former wealth management adviser at Lloyds Wealth has also joined Towry. Moody previously worked for NatWest and Santander.
Lee Matthews has joined Towry after spending three years at Santander most recently as a senior financial adviser focusing on high-net-worth clients.
David Villa-Clarke, Towry wealth advice manager, said: 'The appointments of Stuart, Charles and Lee come at a time when Towry is looking to respond to increased demand for wealth advice in Guildford and the surrounding area. Their combined experience will be a superb complement to the existing team and will therefore help enhance our reputation as a leading wealth adviser in the region.’
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